Definition of Rubbling
1. rubble [v] - See also: rubble
Lexicographical Neighbors of Rubbling
Literary usage of Rubbling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value and by John Proffatt, Abraham Clark Freeman (1888)
"The court instructed the jury that the defendant had the right to protect his banks from further encroachments of the river, by rubbling or other means, ..."
2. A French-English Military Technical Dictionary by Cornélis De Witt Willcox (1899)
"rabble; (vont.) frame; rn b<)is, wooden skimmer for metal in fusion; i\ crochet, en /er, (met.) rabble, rubbling tool; à main, (met. ..."
3. Journal by Australian Ex Libris Society (1885)
"... stones used in the erection of the preat wall of Hadrian They were built solid in the courses without any signs of rubbling The lowest course projected ..."
4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1875)
"... applied to fruit, means decayed. Also applied to phlegm. RUBBER, n. A stone for whetting a scythe. rubbling, part. Pertaining to rough work. ..."
5. Biennial Report by Vermont Public Service Commission (1894)
"These flag stones rested, so far as could be discovered, on a rubbling of broken granite chips which appeared to be placed on the native gravel earth of the ..."
6. History of the English People by John Richard Green (1882)
"The courtiers declared openly that the rubbling of the bishops proved that there was "no free parliament," and strove to bring about fresh outrages by ..."
7. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1851)
"... and was the first of its kind in the world, designed and executed by JOHN A. rubbling, Esq., civil engineer, of the city of Pitts- burg. ..."